Where is it and how is it? . . .
re: Tod Bryant
Yes, it was called Genroko Sushi, and it was, I think,
across the street from B. Altman (also sadly missed).
I remember it because it was so much fun to take my
daughter there. You really didn't want to pick the
stuff up off the conveyor belt, though (God knows how
many people had touched it and put it back...) so after
the first couple of visits we used to order our sushi
right from the sushi-maker behind the counter. (You
had to get in the right seat!) Well, it certainly was
innovative, but I guess the concept really doesn't make